Former Miraculous Youngster Miraculous Youngster Inactive and Team CC Team CC Contenders CN Rank #4 main tank jiqiren has joined the Chengdu Hunters Chengdu Hunters OWL Rank #11 . He is the roster's second main tank.
Maybe you've already heard? 🤔 Fresh out of @owpathtopro Contenders, a new Hunter is entering the fray!— Chengdu Hunters (@ChengduHunters) January 16, 2019
🛡️ Wei "Jiqiren" Yansong (韦炎宋)
Please join us in welcoming main tank Jiqiren to our roster for @OverwatchLeague's second season.#LetsGoHunt🐼 pic.twitter.com/j3YS190Ebz
jiqiren played with Miraculous Youngster, China's strongest team at the time, in 2017. He left competitive Overwatch play following the disband of MY, but returned a few months later on Team CC, the academy team of the Shanghai Dragons. He competed with Team CC in all three seasons of Contenders 2018.
He played alongside fellow Hunters YangXiaoLong and Lateyoung on Miraculous Youngster and was coached by RUI , now the head coach of the Hunters. In fact, his experience with Lateyoung goes beyond Miraculous Youngster as the two also played side-by-side on Team CC.
The roster's only other main tank is Ameng , who previously went by Vanessa. He is most well-known for playing on Legend Young Beyond and Moss Seven Club.
jiqiren is the 10th player to join the Hunters roster. They are the only team in the Overwatch League made up entirely of Mandarin-speaking players.
Their first match of the season is against another Chinese team: the Guangzhou Charge. That match is set to take place February 15.
- Yi "Jinmu" Hu (易虎) (DPS)
- Lo "Baconjack" Tzu-heng (罗子恒) (DPS)
- Zhang "YangXiaoLong" Zhihao (章智浩) (DPS)
- Ma "Lateyoung" Tianbin (马添彬) (Off Tank)
- Luo "Elsa" Wenjie (罗文杰) (Off Tank)
- Ding "Ameng" Menghan (丁蒙涵) (Tank)
- Wei "jiqiren" Yansong (韦炎宋) (Tank)
- Kong "Kyo" Chunting (孔春亭) (Flex Support)
- Guan "Garry" Li (管力) (Flex Support)
- Li "Yveltal" Xianyao (李先曜) (Support)
- Wang "RUI" Xingrui (王星睿) (Head Coach)
- Chang "Ray" Chia-Hua (張家華) (Assistant Coach)